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The GSST secretariat offices are physically closed

 
Due to the coronavirus situation, the offices of the GSST secretariat in Ny Munkegade are physically closed from 12 March 2020 and – until further notice – to 13 April 2020.

All PhD partners are working from home, so PhD students and supervisors are encouraged to contact their relevant PhD partner by e-mail if they have any questions or concerns regarding PhD studies that need to be addressed.

Please use the contact boxes on our 'Contact us' page to find the relevant PhD partner for your situation.

We have started to collect answers to the most common PhD-related questions in this corona FAQ.

Please take a look at this page before contacting your PhD partner.

Updated 25 March 2020 at 13:05

NEWS

2019.08.29 | Events

Medical Innovation Day, 27 September 2019: How innovative are you?

Join the Graduate School of Health when they bring together students, researchers, foundations and companies to work on innovative solutions to the biggest health challenges of the future. Sign up before 15 September to discover how your academic background and skills can contribute to the challenges met by the health care sector.

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2019.08.15 | PhD Course, Talent development

Would you like to learn how to plan and control your PhD project?

The popular PhD course “Planning and controlling a PhD project” is still open for registration. The course shows you how to plan and control your own PhD project with respect to deliverables, milestones and schedules. Furthermore, you will learn how to describe and understand basic elements of project management as well as stakeholder and risk…

2019.06.28 | Talent development, Staff

Call for applications for PhD Scholarships within diabetes research

The Danish Diabetes Academy (DDA) invites applications for 6 co‐financed 2/3 PhD scholarships and 1 co‐financed 1/3 PhD scholarship for research in diabetes. Enrolment/employment will take place at a Danish research institution. Deadline for application is 23 August 2019.

2019.06.26 | Education news, PhD students

Basic principles of PhD Education at Aarhus University

A set of basic principles for PhD education at Aarhus University have now been approved. In particular, the principles highlight how independence is key in PhD education, and how this is developed through the PhD process in close collaboration between student and supervisor(s). Click here to see the "Basic Principles".

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